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June 13, 2024
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Susanne Homes – Art Opening 2nd Floor

The Sculpture/4D Collective is an ever rotating group of artists focused around the Southern Oregon University Sculpture Program in the DeBoer Sculpture Building. We are interested in making experimental artworks that take up physical and/or time-based space.

Overall, these student artists have been encouraged to joyfully hone technical and aesthetic skills to communicate big ideas about what is important to them and the questions that they have. In this show, we have sculptures from a variety of students at a variety of different artmaking levels: art majors and non-art majors, introductory, intermediate, and graduating senior thesis work.

This year we began a long term collaboration with SOU’s Honors College, where we have turned the top two stories of the Susanne Homes dorm building from unused space due to major plumbing issues into a most amazing classroom.

The classroom affectionately dubbed “Suzy Two” has transformed the space for creativity and a chance to make an innovative art installation. Thirty-one SOU students have created “They just can’t make holes in the floor.” These installations were part of the 2023 “Art Beyond,” an initiative curated by the Schneider Museum of Art, and we are delighted to open it to the public.

Come see us on Dec. 13 for a look at this creative art, in an unconventional space at Susanne Homes. Free and open to the public.

(This event has been rescheduled from Dec. 6, and the spelling of the building name has been corrected.)

Date & Time:

December 13 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Cost:

Free

The Fishbowl in Susanne Homes Hall, 2nd Floor

555 Indiana st
Ashland, 97520

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